The Urban League of Hillsborough has tapped Nicholas Glover to chair its executive committee for the next year.
Glover is currently the vice president of advocacy and public policy for the Tampa Bay Chamber of Commerce. He also serves as a board member for Electus Global Education Co. and previously worked as a senior Florida market manager for Gas South.
The Urban League works to attain economic equity for African American and minority communities in Hillsborough County. Natasha Goodley, a senior consultant with White & Black Consulting, will serve as vice-chair. Christopher Harris will be secretary and Christopher Hunter treasurer.
– Janelle Irwin Taylor, Florida Politics